Posts tagged Crystal Sync
The Violation Of Claudia (1977)
Starring: Sharon Mitchell, Jamie Gillis, Don Peterson, Justine Fletcher, Roger Caine, Long Jean Silver, Crystal Sync, Victor Hynes.
Watch Claudia get violated in this classic video. Includes bonus classic trailers.
The New York City Woman (1979)
Starring: C.J. Laing, Crystal Sync, Deanna Darby, Georgina Spelvin, Jennifer Jordan, Jenny Baxter, Lorraine Alraune, Marlene Willoughby, Michelle Magazine, Mousiendi, Tia von Davis, Ursula Austin, Beerbohn Tree, Don Peterson, Eric Edwards, Jeffrey Hurst, John Holmes, Michael Thorpe, Ronnie Love, Terry Austin, Tony Perez.
It begins with John C. dictating his memoirs. He’s on a terrace of a penthouse in New York City. He has just left California and wild orgies and has yet to find a deep throat that can swallow his enormous schlong. His friend Jeffrey Hurst is butler to C.J. Laing, a very rich, insatiable nymphomaniac. Hurst has written to John about C.J. But before the classic encounter between the two, there’s a lot of hanky panky in a hospital. Hurst, an M.D. and only a part-time butler, has invented a sex machine to restore male virility. It’s being tested on Eric Edwards. Eric is examined by a lesbian nurse, Georgina Spelvin, who finds that Eric doesna € ™ t need the machine. John C. is screwing all the nurses he can put his dick into. Finally he gets to meet C.J. but not until she’s proved her oral abilities with Tony Perez, whose prick looks even longer and bigger than John’s! Skinny as she is, C.J. Laing goes down on his wanger, right down to his balls. She can do it not just once, but over and over again on the biggest one of them all.
Odyssey – The Ultimate Trip (1977)
Director: Gerard Damiano
Starring: Robert Kerman, Nancy Dare, Crystal Sync, Michael Gaunt, Celia Dargent, Terri Hall, Don Peterson, Boris Smith, Sam Long, Ellen Faison, Sandra Blast, David Morris, Hope Stockton, Eva Henderson, Debbie Revenge, Tony Mansfield.
Slippery When Wet (1976)
Director: Eric Andersson
Starring: Annie Sprinkle, C.J. Laing, Crystal Sync, Hope Stockton, Ursula Austin, Sonny Landham, Roger Caine.
A slice of sensual pie from director Eric Andersson. There is no lack of plot in this potboiler about college chums reuniting to discover the latent and unrealized passion that was always there.
The film is a virtual who’s who guide to some of the underappreciated but always erotic New York performers of the 70’s.
Annie Sprinkle plays an offbeat artist, Crystal Sync (billed here as Christa Anderson) has a field day as a hedonist with a shitkicker Southern drawl and the scene with a salami sausage is one you will never forget.
Sonny does his Elvis impression, and all of them become victims of Crystal Sync’s strange sexual orchestration control. Ultimately, C.J. and Hope resolve their problems with an assist from Annie.
This is one of those rare films that keeps piling people on people, scene after scene, and yet never loses the erotic edge.
Maraschino Cherry (1978)
Director: Bradley Metzger
Starring: Constance Money, Leslie Bovee, Gloria Leonard, Annette Haven, Jenny Baxter, Susan McBain, C.J. Lang, Wade Nichols, Eric Edwards, Alan Marlow, Conchita Costello, Michael Gaunt, Clea Carson, Crystal Sync, Loren Michaels, Jenny Lind.
Gloria Leonard runs a pricey house of prostitution, and business is booming. Then her younger sister shows up and announces that she wants to earn her spurs in the world’s oldest profession. Gloria is simply thrilled to have her sister training to take over the family business, and she promptly begins her education. She starts with the simple pleasures her business offers its clients — all the traditional forms of sex. Watching Leslie Bovee, who plays the neophyte hooker, performing her lessons is what adult film is all about. Later, she moves on to such lessons as the proper binding and beating techniques for clients who prefer their pleasures with a touch of S&M. A well-done tribute to bought pleasure in all of its forms.
Punk Rock (1977)
AKA: Teenage Runaways
Director: Carter Stevens
Starring: Anna Livia Plurabella, Clea Carson, Crystal Sync, Jean Sanders, Joanne Shallow, Joy Peters, Paula Morton, Phyllis Flowers, Susan Le Beau, Susaye London, Roger Caine, Bobby Astyr, Eric Edwards, Mark Le Beau, Peter Andrews, Tony Richards, Wade Nichols, Don Peterson, Martin Ford, Randy Coppasquatto, R. Bolla, Wayne Anthony.
What could be a cooler combo than punk rock and Golden Age porn? Carter Stevens explores the seamy netherworld of the New York punk scene. In-your-face underground raunchiness starring porn icon Wade Nichols and the legendary Richard Bolla.
From Holly With Love (1977)
Starring: Patti Sebring, Crystal Sync, Marlene Willoughby, Beth Anna, Joanna Miquel, R. Bolla, Tony Perez, Jeffrey Hurst.
Summertime. The beach. It’s the place where a guy can get more than an eyeful of tanned, curvaceous bodies barely covered by the teeniest of string bikinis, but when young, innocent Holly makes her beach debut, the temperatures really start to rise! This nubile virgin is looking to lose it, and she has no problems finding plenty of virile studs to accommodate her wanton desires. So come along with Holly for one of the wildest beach romps ever filmed! Holly sends you her best.
Dr. Yes (1984)
AKA: Dirty Mary
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Director: Richard Mailer
Starring: Crystal Sync, Susan Le Beau, Victoria Corsaut, Debbie Revenge, Leo Lovemore, Peter AndrewsDavid Pierce.
Trouble With Young Stuff (1976)
Starring: Crystal Sync, Jenny Baxter, Marlene Willoughby, Gloria Leonard, Nancy.
In a southern mill town, Cousin Matilda, an oversexed young lady, visits Alice and Rose. Hidden family secrets emerge in this sex packed potboiler. Matilda’s stay created new sexual excitement that culminates in a wild seven person orgy!
Please Mr Postman (1981)
Starring: Loni Sanders, Nicole Noir, Chelsea McClane, Crystal Sync.
From the pages of Penthouse, the Lewis Brothers of Detroit bring you their sexsational new discovery, Loni Sanders. Perhaps the most beautiful new star to heat up the adult scene, she was recently unveiled in a very revealing Penthouse layout. The pages come to life as Loni sparks a cast, including Chic covergirl Nicole Noir, Chelsea Mcclane and almost a dozen other ladies in “Please Mr. Postman”. Making her rounds as the first postwoman in a small town, Loni delivers some mysterious plain brown wrapped packages. Needless to say, their often unusual contents prompts some sizzling action to warm up your screen. And then again, there’s Loni. “Please Mr. Postman” delivers…and so does she.